The 2015 "Dirty Dozen" list reveals which fruits and vegetables contain the most residue from pesticides
Julianne Moore won an Oscar for her role, based on a work of fiction by Lisa Genova that reflects the reality of 200,000 Americans
The erotic fiction franchise has sparked a growing interest in taboo sex practices; what really happens when the handcuffs come out?
Instead of following a complex diet plan, this one simple change can make a significant difference
Many people think all fruits and veggies need to be kept cold, but some may actually taste better and last longer on your kitchen counter
Plastic surgery for pets may sound ridiculous, but many times it's medically necessary
You don't have to be an acrobat to learn how parkour can help build strength, agility and confidence
AcroYoga, a form of partner yoga gaining popularity in the U.S., builds trust and communication
This growing trend can help everyone on the corporate ladder find calm within the chaos and a path to success
Avoid the pitfalls of procrastination with expert advice from the authors of "Mind Gym: Achieve More by Thinking Differently"
Researchers hope tissues could help with drug testing and one day even lead to lab-grown heart replacements
Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips discuss top medical stories on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"
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New World Health Organization report sounds the alarm about loud noises
Approximately half of Americans have chronic or acute pain may regularly prevent them from getting a full night of rest
New study finds smokers use a combination of products and asks: Are e-cigarettes a step toward quitting, or are they a crutch?
A survey of pediatricians finds they're concerned that requests to hold off on young children's shots will increase outbreaks
An anethetic nasal spray could reduce migraine pain by one-third for up to a month, study finds
Here are the foods most likely to make you sick from nasty bacteria like salmonella, e. coli and more
The modern convenience of dishwashers is associated with a higher rate of allergies and asthma in children, study finds
Nina Pham, one of two nurses working at Texas Health Presbyterian hospital who contracted Ebola while treating an infected patient, says her employer was negligent
A scientist believes it may soon be possible to give a dying person a new body and new lease on life, but critics say he's getting in way over his head
Philadelphia students are drawn to the novel and Broadway play about a talented young person, like them, who has social problems but also unique gifts
Drug-resistant superbugs are known as nightmare bacteria because they're so hard to kill
14-year-old girl shocked country by pleading on YouTube for the leader to let doctors euthanize her because she is tired of her struggle with cystic fibrosis
Baby Oliver had a major heart defect when he was born seven weeks premature, but he got a second chance
State health officials say two of the patients contracted the infection after coming in contact with armadillos
Most dark-colored sodas contain 4-methylimidazole, a potential carcinogen, according to a new study
A U.S. government panel recommends against routine vaccination, despite a number of recent outbreaks on college campuses
Research shows getting insufficient shuteye alters brain activity, which causes poor eating and may lead to obesity
Butt enhancement procedures have gotten a big boost in popularity, and some other trends may surprise you
Parents don't always take the right steps to protect their children from safety hazards at home, according to a new report
Overuse of antibiotics has spurred the growing problem of C. diff. infections that kill thousands each year
Dr. Craig Spencer says Ebola response suffered from "irrational fear, fueled in part by prime-time ratings and political expediency"
We've heard a lot about the risks of sleep deprivation, but sleeping too much could mean trouble too
A top allergy doctor explains what parents need to know, as new studies change our understanding of food allergies